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London (ANI): Sharon Osbourne has said sorry for her verbal attack on Britain's Got Talent runner-up Susan Boyle while on a radio show last week. On micro-blogging site Twitter, Osbourne stated that she wanted to "apologise for getting a cheap laugh" at the Scottish singer's expense, reports The BBC.
Earlier this month the 57-year-old appeared on Sirius XM Radio where she called Boyle a "lovely lady" who had been hit by "the ugly stick".
In her apology, the America's Got Talent judge said: "Susan Boyle is a lovely gracious woman and I took advantage of that by poking fun at her. I would never want to be responsible for hurting Susan and I must apologise for getting a cheap laugh at her expense."